I think it ‘s safe to say that we all want beautiful functional spaces to live in. But sometimes our budget, time and layout of our house make this challenging.
This is true for my laundry room. The studs are still visible in our unfinished basement laundry room. So we keep our iron and ironing board in the upstairs linen/coat closet. The ironing board is hanging by its arm literally on the closet rod pole.
I wish this post was about how we did this amazing remodel in our laundry room…but it’s not, sigh. Instead, I have this DIY Iron and Ironing board holder that improved this space by at least 11% and helped me clear some scrap wood.
I built the holder to hold the ironing board and the iron to easily keep everything in one place.
I used scrap 3/4″ plywood and scrap 5/8 and 1 1/4 inch wood dowels. If you don’t have any scrap then you can purchase 3/4 inch plywood or a 1 x 10 or 1 x 12. For the rail you can use a dowel, piece of wood, or thin piece of metal. For the iron board hooks, you could use a 2 x 2 or hooks, if you don’t have a dowel.
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